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Catherine S. Neale  
Third-Year U.Va. Student Catherine Neale Named Among Winners of 2050 Truman Scholarship

CATHERINE S. NEALE, a third-year U.Va. student majoring in history and American studies, is one of 75 students to win the 2005 Truman Scholarship. Presented by the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, the award, worth about $30,000, goes to college juniors who exhibit exceptional leadership potential with career interests in government, public service and education. Neale is the 24th Truman recipient in U.Va.’s history. Full story.

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Gas Prices Not the Only Thing on the Rise; Parking Facilities, Rates Going Up

As the University continues to expand and parking becomes an even hotter commodity, it should come as no surprise that U.Va. parking permit-holders will see an increase in parking rates, beginning June 1. The demand for convenient parking and the need for replacement parking facilities due to the loss of surface parking lots to construction are two long-term trends contributing to the added expense, according to Rebecca White, director of U.Va.’s Parking and Transportation. Full story.

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Boar’s Head Inn tennis expansion
 
$7.5 Million Tennis Center Expansion Slated for Boar’s Head

Plans have been announced by the University and the U.Va. Foundation for a $7.5 million tennis center expansion at the Boar’s Head Inn in Charlottesville, creating one of the largest and finest facilities on the East Coast. Owned and operated by the U.Va. Foundation, the AAA Four-Diamond resort will feature 12 indoor courts, seating for 1,000 fans, and provide a state-of-the-art home for nationally ranked U.Va. men’s and emerging women’s tennis programs. Full story.

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SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT:
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ALSO IN THE NEWS TODAY:
Gillen Steps Down as U.Va.’s Men’s Basketball Coach
Governor Appoints Three to U.Va.’s Board: Reappoints Farrell
 
Web Calendar   Race, Ethnicity, & Genetics: What We Do and Don't Know
Fri., 2 p.m., Harrison Institute Small Library Auditorium • Speaker: Francis Collins, director of the National Human Genome Research Institute • Free and open to the public • Information: 924 2094.
     
 

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Football:
Brooks, Ferguson Listed as Lombardi Award Candidates

Baseball:
Cavs Ride 11-Game Winning Streak Into Chapel Hill to Face N.C. in Key ACC Series

Women’s Rowing:
Virginia to Host Michigan State at Rivanna Reservoir

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